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Atomic testing during the Cold War affected rainfall patterns in Scotland

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Atomic testing during the Cold War affected rainfall patterns in Scotland

Atomic testing during the Cold War affected rainfall patterns in Scotland

The electric charge from radioactivity caused by atomic testing during the Cold War caused a rise in precipitation on Shetland, Scotland.

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